About TEB – The Entrepreneurial Board of College of Vocational Studies
The E-Cell of College of Vocational Studies was founded in 2016. It aims towards fostering the hustler mindset in modern youth and works towards ensuring that youngsters get ample opportunities to discover, develop, and hone their entrepreneurial and personal skills with the requisite platform and insights. Teb aims to instill and sustain entrepreneurial ideals and give students a glimpse of the entrepreneurial mindset by providing them with a platform to manifest their business models and ideas. Involvement with Teb broadens the horizons of its members as they explore the recourse of being their own boss rather than working a regular 9-5 job. The Entrepreneurial Board, works towards instilling entrepreneurial spirit in the modern youth by bridging the gap between the youth and the requisite exposure to strengthen their competence to excel in this realm.
Start-up Culture And The Problems Start-ups Are Facing During Pandemic
The session was conducted by Mr. Sivesh Kumar, founder of StartUP Monk. Being a part of several prestigious incubation and investor pitches jury member panel, having him share his views and personal insights certainly was beneficial to the attendees. The session aimed to help budding entrepreneurs understand the intricacies of the start-up culture with an added focus on the aftermath of these trying times.
The event received participation at its peak from colleges all over DU, IP and many engineering colleges. Scamdown was a riveting entrepreneurship crisis which called for the sharpest minds to come up with the best, most creative solutions to evade the scam and rebuild the broken while ConQuest was a safe space for young detectives to decipher the mysteries and identify the traitor down the line.
With a strong follower base on Instagram, sessions were organised on Instagram live. For the first session, celebrating 6 years of TEB, Mr. Aditya Agarwal, the founder of TEB was invited. He shared his journey from TEB to the real world and how it helped him along the way to being the founder of Zipped Solutions. For the second session, Mr. Evan Luthra, an entrepreneur and angel investor, spoke about building a business in tech- space. Students were given a chance to explore integrating entrepreneurship with technology with increasing dependence and advancements of the same.
TEB organised several sessions
A panel discussion on whether students should pursue higher studies, enter the corporate world or commence something of one’s own, a start-up bootcamp, a pitching workshop and competition and a session on personal finances. Teb also organised a workshop for Eureka Jr. in collaboration with Babu Bodhraj Convent School, Sikanderabad.
To kick-start the session with the freshers, Scam 2020 – a virtual fun event was organised. With a simple premise to identify the traitor and avenge the creator, the event required freshers to solve entrepreneurial challenges, put to test their business knowledge and finish the storyline the fastest. The winners advanced straight to the interview round of the recruitment process.
E-summit 2021 At Iit Bombay
The Entrepreneurial Board of CVS attended the virtual E-Summit 2021 at IIT, Bombay. The event presented the attendees an opportunity to interact with outstanding guest speakers and famous Founders, Co- founders and Angel Investors as well as sponsorship opportunities for their personal start-ups.Under the National Entrepreneurship Challenge, TEB took up a new initiative in the agritech sector – created a business plan laying out the entire groundwork step by step and also participated in a quiz. The team participated in the National Entrepreneurship Challenge’s Advanced round and secured 4th position among 200+ teams that participated from all over the country.
Session On Start-ups And Personal Branding
The world of entrepreneurship has evolved by leaps and bounds in the last decade or so. A common dilemma students face arises on account of whether or not college is the right time to start a start-up. Under the National Entrepreneurship Challenge, a session was organised with Mr. Daniel Ramamoorthy, an entrepreneur, speaker and executive coach. His fiery personality and his motto of “Start Now, Start Simple” inspired the students to take to the wheel themselves.